Despite numerous reports to the contrary, the NYPD confirmed to MTV News there are no plans to arrest Drake before his show in Long Island, New York, tonight and the investigation into the YMCMB star's nightclub brawl with Chris Brown is still ongoing.
But that doesn't mean authorities are taking things lightly before tonight's concert: TMZ is reporting that New York State Police are calling for extra security at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre following the Thursday morning scuffle between Brown's and Drizzy's entourages in a New York City club.
Reps for Drake have maintained that the Toronto MC did nothing wrong. On Friday night, Cash Money CEO Birdman weighed in on the incident. "To me, Drizzy ain't did nothin' wrong, he ain't done nothin' wrong to nobody. He's just doin' great music," he told MTV News exclusively. "He's not a reckless guy out there just wildin' out; he's a humble kid makin' great music."
There has been a ton of finger-pointing following the brawl, which reportedly involved members of both Drake's and Breezy's respective crews. Brown's lawyer Mark Geragos has been very vocal in implicating Drake as the main culprit in the incident. "I have turned over evidence that it was Drake who instigated this," he told the New York Post. "The evidence makes it clear that Chris is the victim of all this.
"I believe the police are building a case against Drake and his thugs," he continued.
The police did confirm with MTV News that the case was ongoing but would not confirm that they were ready to arrest the Take Care MC or anyone in connection to the brawl. Coincidently, the manager of the W.I.P. nightclub (where the incident occurred) was arrested Friday due to existing warrants unrelated to the incident.
Drake has big plans for tonight's concert, which is a scheduled part of his critically acclaimed Club Paradise Tour. During an interview with DJ Scoob Doo's BreadOverBed.com, Drizzy said he plans to outdo Hot 97's Summer Jam concert. After a radio DJ insulted Nicki Minaj just hours before she was scheduled to perform at the June 3 concert in New Jersey, YMCMB boss Lil Wayne pulled the plug on his label's all-star performance. "I've got everyone you would want to see, plus people that you wouldn't expect to see," Drake said.
Stick with MTV News for complete coverage of Drake's Club Paradise stop in New York.